As the country settles into another lockdown, Watford FC have once again stepped up to support NHS workers.
Previously the club had helped support hospital staff in April by offering its facilities at Vicarage Road to Watford General Hospital and now it appears they are ready to help again.
This couldn’t come at a better time as cases continue to rise and place a strain on our NHS as the number of people admitted to hospital increases.
The staff will be able to attend the grounds to grab some lunch with proceeds going to charity.
West Herts Hospital NHS Trust announced news of the lovely gesture on their Twitter page.
From 10:30am to 3:30pm staff can have their lunch at the football club.
Sandwiches, snacks and drinks available £2🥪🍫
Coffee and biscuits available £1☕️🍪
Go on, take a break😷 pic.twitter.com/sZGUWb5m3x
— West Herts Hospitals (@WestHertsNHS) January 7, 2021
This will provide staff with a chance to grab lunch from a section of sandwiches, snacks and drinks.
The trust also announced that the proceeds will be going to the Sewa Day charity.